Canon Annette Buchanan writes in her blog post about improving church communications that, “We need to continuously ask ourselves who are we not reaching, who is not being heard or seen and who is being left out as we live in…
Looking to inspire new gifts to your endowment? Today's donors give where they see impact. Discover how to tell the story of your endowment and engage parishioners in our latest blog post, Telling Your Endowment Story.
In our latest blog, Greg Syler talks about technology and the Covid pandemic, and suggests maybe it’s time to come back together in person.
In his latest blog, ECF President Donald Romanik discusses gathering together, as family, community and church.
This month we offer Five Reflections on Hybrid Church and Digital Ministry
The Rev. Sandy Webb emphasizes the importance of a communications ministry in our latest blog.
In our latest blog, Ken Mosesian takes a stand against gossip as a sin that gets in the way of transformation.
In our latest blog, ECF Fellow Kyle Oliver talks about digital ministry and its use in bringing communities together with Learning Forte.
In our latest blog, Ken Kroohs talks about communication in the church, both what people are saying and more importantly, what people are hearing. Here he offers three principles for good communication.
In our latest blog, Lisa Fischbeck explores liturgy in these pandemic times and how it can engage a congregation, both on-screen and off.
Patrick Kangrga gives us the conclusion to his blog, Ministering From an Empty Cup: Survey of Faith Formation Professionals and Volunteers, where he does a deep dive into the many comments that people left.
Sarah Cowan asks: how will you bring a Mister Rogers moment to your people through your online experiences?
In our latest blog, Ken Mosesian acknowledges that it is possible to overdose on online meetings, even though they are our link to the outside world.
In our latest blog, Lisa G. Fischbeck imagines how Jesus would be a good Zoom bomber, not a malicious one like the kind that spout epithets, but the kind that might take over our screen with words of love and peace.
In Church as Brand, Ken Mosesian describes a brand as a promise, something that you can count on. What can you count on your church for?
In our latest blog, Annette Buchanan urges church leaders to take on the prevalent misinformation about COVID-19.
Linda Buskirk strikes a joyous note as she gives examples of creative communications throughout the Church in response to the pandemic. In our latest blog, she observes that “we’ve always done it that way” is no longer an exc…
The Chinese word for crisis is a combination of the ones for danger and opportunity. We have the opportunity to welcome new parishioners through the magic of online church and Zoom. There is a bit of danger in that there are …
While the COVID-19 lockdown over the past several weeks has been difficult for all of us, it has created incredible opportunities to connect with one another in new and innovative ways, even while physically apart.
In his blog, Evangelism, Connection, and Our New (Virtual) Reality, Alan Bentrup gives us suggestions on how to conduct church services now so that we reach the most people in the best ways possible.